A lot of workmanship went into creating the buildings in this park, which all have a traditional German feel to them.
Tripsdrill packs a lot of rides and a side dish of quirkiness within their gates. There are unexpected surprises around many turns where you can interact with the park's mannequins--who sometimes talk back.
If you're tired of riding you can visit the wine museum or wildlife park on the grounds of Tripsdrill. They're included with your admission.
Tripsdrill is, in my opinion, as close to perfect as it is possible for a small, family owned park. With the addition of Karacho (which is a great little thrill machine), they now have attractions for every taste (although most, including the wooden coaster Mammut, are clearly family-orientated). The theming is focused on the history of Swabia and is a bit unusual, but very funny and clearly made with love. The food is good and the employees are usually very friendly. Of course, it's no Disneyland or Europa Park, but a very likable location where you can have fun and relax as well as learn something about the old days.
If you need a place to take your kids, and you don't want to make the drive to Europa Park, this is probably one of the better alternatives. There is plenty to do in this well landscaped and shaded park. G'Sengte Sau was a very fun wild mouse style coaster. The log ride and the mini free fall both are top notch and a lot of fun, with many surprises.
I cannot comment on Mammut as the ride wasn't operating when I was there, however I've only heard good things about it, and if it is anything like the parks two other coasters, it is targeted for families.
The flats around the park are perfect fit and all hug the parks midway nicely.
The staff were also friendly when I was there and kept a friendly atmosphere.
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